Its finally here folks! Google has finally released the final bytes of Android 2.3 Gingerbread along with its much anticipated successor of Nexus One, the Google Nexus S. Android 2.3 (codename Gingerbread) comes with huge number of new and exciting features including more refined user interface, completely redesigned and optimized keyboard for fast text input, improved power management and new ways of communicating through internet calling.
UI Refinements for Simplicity & Speed:
The new refined UI makes it easy for you to navigate and control different features of the system and device. The simplified visual theme and color combination of Android 2.3 not only looks pleasant to eyes but is also more power-efficient.
Faster, More Intuitive Text Input:
With completely redesigned and optimized keyboard support fast text input and editing. Pressing and holding a word selects it automatically and allows you to copy it to the clipboard with mere one-click.
Now with better app-management, Android 2.3 ensures better system performance and max battery life. It also provides you with more visibility over the apps which are consuming more battery and system resources so that you can close them whenever needed.
New Ways of Communication:
- With new internet calling feature, user can make voice calls over the internet to other users who have SIP accounts.
- An NFC Reader application lets the user read and interact with near-field communication (NFC) tags.
- The Downloads application gives the user easy access to any file downloaded from the browser, email, or another application.
- The application now lets the user access multiple cameras on the device, including a front-facing camera, if available.
Android 2.3 Gingerbread TV Commercial:
For those who don't know, Android 2.3 was scheduled to be released with Nexus S on November 8th but some unexpected hardware failure in Google Nexus S delayed the release. Now that Google has finally unveiled Android 2.3, Google Nexus One users will be the first to have Gingerbread update on their devices which is expected sometimes in next week. [via Android.com]Contact Us for News Tips, Corrections and Feedback